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Transitioning to Bimodal IT Requires Rearchitecting the IT Money Flow

Published: 06 April 2015

ID: G00275220

Analyst(s): Andy Kyte

Summary

One of the most inflexible elements of a business model is frequently the way that budget is allocated and approved. Traditional legacy IT money flow is not appropriate to a bimodal IT model, but rearchitecting the way that money moves can be very difficult.

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Analysis

  • Context and Background
  • Money Flow in Traditional Monolithic IT
  • Distributed IT Budgets Need Rearchitected Money Flow for Mode 1
  • Centralized IT Budgets Need Rearchitected Money Flow for Mode 2
  • None of This Happens Overnight

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